Sachin S. Pandya

Professor of Law

Sachin Pandya’s scholarship has focused on American employment law and litigation practice, as well as the origins and development of the American liability insurance market for personal injury accidents. Since joining the Law School in 2008, Professor Pandya has taught Torts, Employment Law, and advanced seminars on related topics.

A graduate of Yale Law School (J.D.), Columbia University (M.A. Sociology), and the University of California, Berkeley (B.A. Social Science), Professor Pandya clerked for the Honorable Jon O. Newman, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, after which he served as an appellate and civil rights attorney in the Office of the New York Attorney General. There, he litigated, and often personally argued, many complex cases in New York State’s appellate courts and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He also helped litigate cases in the US Supreme Court. In 2004, he was a co-recipient of a Best U.S. Supreme Court Brief Award from National Association of Attorneys General. Professor Pandya started his law teaching career as a teaching fellow at Columbia Law School.

Sachin S. Pandya and Peter Siegelman, Underclaiming and Overclaiming, 38 Law & Social Inquiry 836 (2013)

Sachin S. Pandya, Unpacking the Employee-Misconduct Defense, 14 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law 867 (2012)
Sachin S. Pandya, Tax Liability for Wage Theft, 3 Columbia Journal of Tax Law 113 (2012)
Sachin S. Pandya, The First Liability Insurance Cartel in America, 1896-1906, 29 Law and History Review 375 (2011)
Sachin S. Pandya, Detecting the Stealth Erosion of Precedent: Affirmative Action After Ricci, 31 Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 285 (2010)